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Socket To Me

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Federal regulations have eliminated a majority of 40-100W screw-in general-service incandescent lamps (light bulbs) from stores. Read these facts to find out what you need to know. http://www.ieslightlogic.org/energy-efficient-lighting/socket-to-me/

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Socket To Me

  1. 1. www.IESLightLogic.orgwww.IESLightLogic.org Light Logic aims to help consumers learn about residential lighting best practices, design, energy efficiency and all topics regarding lighting a home. ! Visit Light Logic at: http://bit.ly/1iio46A
  2. 2. Socket  To  Me  Socket  To  Me   What you need to know: ! • Federal regulations have eliminated many incandescent lamps • Consumers now have a choice of halogen, compact fluorescent and LED lamps • There’s a simple process for obtaining a new lamp that provides comparable performance as your old lamp while saving energy and enjoying longer product life • Most of the info you need for your decision is on the Lighting Facts label • The ENERGY STAR label provides assurance you are buying a product that satisfies minimum quality/ performance standards
  3. 3. Socket  To  Me  Socket  To  Me   Federal regulations have eliminated a majority of 40-100W screw-in general- service incandescent lamps (light bulbs) from stores. Consumers now have a choice of halogen, compact fluorescent and LED lamps for their incandescent sockets.
  4. 4. Socket  To  Me  Socket  To  Me   While people used to buy incandescent lamps based on wattage, that number now doesn’t mean anything as those standard wattages are no longer available. Now we’re shopping for light output, measured in lumens.
  5. 5. Socket  To  Me  Socket  To  Me   You’ll want the new lamp to have the right light appearance, which expresses whether the lamp and its light has a warm (orangish-white), neutral (white) or cool (bluish-white) color appearance.
  6. 6. Socket  To  Me  Socket  To  Me   When choosing an energy- saving lamp such as compact fluorescent or LED, it’s wise to look for the ENERGY STAR product label on the packaging.
  7. 7. Socket  To  Me  Socket  To  Me   By following the above process, you can find a lamp that provides comparable performance as the incandescent lamp you’re replacing while enjoying a lower electric bill and fewer lamp changes over time, with assurance you are using a quality product.
  8. 8. www.IESLightLogic.orgwww.IESLightLogic.org Light Logic aims to help consumers learn about residential lighting best practices, design, energy efficiency and all topics regarding lighting a home. ! Visit Light Logic at: http://bit.ly/1iio46A

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